Boger’s Boenninghausen’s Characteristics and Repertory – 3

Fundamental Concepts:
– Doctrine of complete symptom & concomittant
– Doctrine of pathological general
– Doctrine of causation and time
– Clinical rubrics
– Evaluation of remedies
– Fever totality
– Concordances

Sections

1. Mind & Intellect
2. Locations
3. Sensations & Complaints in General
4. Sleep & Dreams
5. Fever
6. Conditions of Agg. & Amel. In General
7. Concordances

Subsections in chapters

Locations & Sensation
Time
Aggravation
Amelioration
Concomitants
Cross-reference

1. Mind & Intellect
Including Sensorium & Vertigo
From pages 191 – 250

2. Locations
Sensations & Complaints experienced in different locations i.e. anatomical parts of the body and organs, according to Hahnemannian Schema, from Head to Lower Extremities
(page 250 – 881)

3. Sensations & Complaints in General
Including Glands, Bones and Skin
From pages 881 – 979

4. Sleep & Dreams
From pages 980 – 1002

5. Fever
Including Pathological Types, Blood, Heart, Circulation, Fever in General, Sweat, Compound Fever
From pages 1002 – 1102

6. Conditions of Agg. & Amel.
Including Time, Situations, Positions, Circumstances, etc.
From pages 1103 – 1153

7. Concordances
Relationship of Remedies
From pages 1154 – 1231

(Singhal)

Dr. Anil Singhal

Boger’s Boenninghausen’s Characteristics and Repertory – 3
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